The Prime Ministers of Serbia and Albania are to clash in a TV debate on August 31 in Vienna, following months of resurged tensions between the two leaders.
Russian Economy Minister Aleksei Ulyukayev has said Moscow might have to review its current economic growth forecast after the country's Q2 gross domestic output contracted more than expected.
Montenegro MPs have submitted to Parliament a resolution voicing support for the country's accession into NATO, regional news outlets have reported.
Possible parts of a Russian missile system have been found in eastern Ukraine at the site where the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 crashed last year, according to the Dutch Public Prosecution Service.
Turkey conducted a new series of airstrikes overnight, hitting 17 suspected Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) targets in the southeastern part of the country on the border with Iran and Iraq.
Japan restarted on Tuesday its first nuclear reactor since the Fukushima disaster, which took place in 2011.
The construction of the first branch of the proposed Turkish Stream gas pipeline will cost EUR 4.
Greece and its international creditors have reached on Tuesday an agreement on the terms of the third bailout programme, which Athens has to be granted in order to avoid bankruptcy.
A woman suspected of taking part in a gun attack on the U.S. consulate in Istanbul on Monday was identified as a member of the far-left Revolutionary People's Liberation Party-Front (DHKP-C), Turkey’s Anadolu news agency reported.
Deadly attacks in Sirnak province, in Southeastern Turkey, are claiming lives of Turkish soldiers and police officers, state-run Turkish Anadolu Agency has said.
Germany's Federal Attorney General Harald Range has stopped a treason investigation against the media outlet Netzpolitik.
US fighter aircraft have been deployed at the Incirlik Air Base in Turkey to help Ankara fight against the Islamic State (IS) group, US envoys to NATO have said.
A police officer and two assailants have been killed by an explosion that rocked the area near a police station in Istanbul, Turkey's largest city, according to CNN Türk which quotes Istanbul Police Department.
Banks are arranging USD 1B in financing for, a key offshore gas field project in Azerbaijan seen as crucial for Europe’s energy security, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has said.
Ukrainian firefighters have contained a new wildfire in the restricted access area around the closed Chernobyl nuclear power plant, unian.net reported on Sunday.
Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has admitted Greece cannot handle the flow of asylum seekers reaching its islands every day.
The United States on Friday announced an expansion of the list of sanctions imposed on Russia by including a oil and gas field.
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